Australie

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See also: Austrálie and Australië

Dutch

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Proper noun

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Australie

  1. Misspelling of Australië.

French

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Etymology

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Literally, the southern land, from Latin australis (southern).

Pronunciation

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  • IPA(key): /os.tʁa.li/
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Proper noun

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Australie f

  1. Australia (A country in Oceania comprising the islands of Australia, Tasmania and other smaller islands in the Pacific Ocean, as well as its precursor colony in the British Empire)
  2. (geology) Australia (a continent consisting of the islands of Australia, New Guinea and intervening islands)
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See also

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Anagrams

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Friulian

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Proper noun

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Australie f

  1. Australia (A country in Oceania comprising the islands of Australia, Tasmania and other smaller islands in the Pacific Ocean, as well as its precursor colony in the British Empire)
  2. (geology) Australia (a continent consisting of the islands of Australia, New Guinea and intervening islands)
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Norman

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Alternative forms

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Etymology

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(This etymology is missing or incomplete. Please add to it, or discuss it at the Etymology scriptorium.)

Pronunciation

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Proper noun

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Australie f

  1. (Jersey) Australia (A country in Oceania comprising the islands of Australia, Tasmania and other smaller islands in the Pacific Ocean, as well as its precursor colony in the British Empire)
  2. (geology) Australia (a continent consisting of the islands of Australia, New Guinea and intervening islands)

Scots

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Proper noun

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Australie

  1. Australia (A country in Oceania comprising the islands of Australia, Tasmania and other smaller islands in the Pacific Ocean, as well as its precursor colony in the British Empire)
  2. (geology) Australia (a continent consisting of the islands of Australia, New Guinea and intervening islands)